The prosecution complaint has been filed before a special court here on Wednesday under the criminal sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) and vivo-India has been named an accused apart from those arrested in this case, the sources told PTI.
The complaint was filed by the Corporate Affairs Ministry and alleged that GPICPL and its shareholders used fake identification documents and false addresses when incorporating the company in December 2014.
Newly elected BJP MLA from Ratlam City, Chaitanya Kashyap, tops the list with declared assets worth Rs 296 crore, while his party colleague Sanjay Satyendra Pathak (Vijayraghavgarh) was at the second spot with Rs 242 crore assets, according an Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) report.
Acme Solar Holdings and Avaada Group also competed to help build a total capacity of 450,000 tons a year of the clean fuel, the people said, asking not to be named before an official announcement.
The National Organ and Tissue Transplant Organisation (NOTTO), which falls under the health ministry, has asked Delhi Health Secretary S B Deepak Kumar to “get the matter examined, take appropriate action … and furnish an action-taken report within a week”, according to a letter seen by Reuters.
While speaking at the Global Technology Summit 2023, the minister, however, said that the rules for Digital Personal Data Protection Act will be out later this month for consultation and are expected to be notified by the end of December or early January.
In a statement, Maruti Suzuki India said it has collaborated with its dealer partners and made several arrangements at its workshops.
The BJP and AAP have been sparring over alleged irregularities in the Delhi Jal Board since last month.
The weather system is expected to move northwards and further weaken into a well marked low pressure area in the next six hours, the official said.
“We have noted at the most senior levels of this government the secretary of state has raised this directly with his foreign counterpart that we take this issue very seriously. They told us they would conduct an investigation,” State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller told reporters at his daily news conference on Tuesday.